If you don’t know how to remove an Echo speaker from an Amazon account, we are going to help you out. Smart speakers (whether from Apple, Amazon, Google…) are very popular nowadays. They have joined the trend of releasing new models almost every year, so one option if you bought a new one want to remove the old one from the list, it’s really easy.
And it is not enough just to deactivate or reset the speaker to factory defaults, because it is still associated with our account and therefore remains linked to other connected digital home devices. devices that the speaker will continue to recognize if we turn it on again. Therefore, it is advisable to remove it from our account.
How to remove an Echo speaker from an Amazon account?
From the Alexa App
To remove an Echo speaker (also another Amazon device) from our account, we can use the Alexa mobile app, both on iOS and Android. You just need to follow some steps.
If we decide to use the Alexa app to unregister, what we have to do enter the application, then in the bottom bar, select the “Devices” icon, a screen with all the connected devices will be shown.
Click on it and a new screen will show a series of sections, find the “Deregister” button and click on it. If we click on that button, the app will take care of the rest and lead you to the end.
From the Amazon app
Another option is to use the Amazon app on your smartphone. First, we need to log in with our account, then we have to go to the “My Account” section and in the screen that opens look for the “Content and devices” section.
If we click on this section, find “Devices” and click on it. There we will see all the Amazon devices associated with our account and when we click on a device we will see two options:
- Deregister, which is the one we are interested in.
- Delete voice recordings.
Just click on the first one, then the app will take care of the rest. As you can see the process is really simple, both options work without problems. If you carefully follow the steps there should be no problems.